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  Reply # 880266 17-Aug-2013 19:41
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Sounds like a pretty cool app.
No support for my Xperia Z yet though.
Would be keen to test it out when it does.



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  Reply # 880293 17-Aug-2013 20:02
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Lou1983: Sounds like a pretty cool app.
No support for my Xperia Z yet though.
Would be keen to test it out when it does.


I'd love to take you up on that offer. Does your Xperia Z have an IR Blaster? Seems like only the Japanese models have them.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 880294 17-Aug-2013 20:08
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Actualy, I think you are right there.
How would I check?

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  Reply # 880295 17-Aug-2013 20:10
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Lou1983: Actualy, I think you are right there.
How would I check?


If you bought in NZ, then no.

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  Reply # 880298 17-Aug-2013 20:27
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I guess thats a no then.

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  Reply # 880449 18-Aug-2013 10:30
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Does it work only with TV's? How about other components with IR on/off - eg. AV receiver, Sky box etc?



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eracode: Does it work only with TV's? How about other components with IR on/off - eg. AV receiver, Sky box etc?


As of right now, the code database only supports TV's. I may think about adding other devices in the future. What would be your next priority of devices?

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eracode: Does it work only with TV's? How about other components with IR on/off - eg. AV receiver, Sky box etc?


As of right now, the code database only supports TV's. I may think about adding other devices in the future. What would be your next priority of devices?


life support machines

(that was joke)

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  Reply # 880722 18-Aug-2013 21:01
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Any chance you would add support for one of the easy to make headphone jack IR emitters as well?




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  Reply # 882234 21-Aug-2013 15:47
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richms: Any chance you would add support for one of the easy to make headphone jack IR emitters as well?


I'm not familiar. Can you enlighten me? If it's easy to add that I'd love to support it. I'm not sure how large of a demand such a feature would be until I investigate further.

Thanks for the info!

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  Reply # 882344 21-Aug-2013 18:27
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Its 2 LEDs and a resistor connected to the headhphone socket. Will look for details later.




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